Definitions

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  • adj. Involving neutrons

Etymologies

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From neutron +‎ -ic

Examples

  • Plutonium MOX fuel increases the risk of nuclear accident due the neutronic effects of plutonium on the reactor, Burnie told the Guardian.

    Japan nuclear plant faces new threat

  • Gates may be playing the get rid of two annoyin gbirds with one neutronic sstone.

    Iran War Resolution May Be Passed Next Week « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Large-scale reactors using neutronic fuels (e.g. ITER) and thermal power production (turbine based) are most comparable to fission power from an engineering and economics viewpoint.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • First the neutronic ninny declared democracy dead, and himself as a natural aristocratic member of the oligarchy.

    The Sudden Curve:

  • “Third class neutronic fuel carrier, crew of eighty-one, three hundred passengers,” said Gold.

    Stone and Anvil

  • The arena ship carried neutronic weaponry and a specialized tetryon-based dampening field.

    STARSHIP SPOTTER

  • When asked about rescuing a damaged neutronic fuel carrier, Scott responded with an automatic affirmative, then turned back to the discussion he'd been conducting with Saratoga's nonexistent engineering staff.

    The Kobayashi Maru

  • The bandwidth of communication was immense, the media not only electromagnetic but neutronic and gravitronic.

    Genesis

  • "Kobayashi Maru, third class neutronic fuel carrier, crew of eighty-one, three hundred passengers."

    THE WRATH OF KHAN

  • The fireball had a two thousand-kay radius, and the piggybacked neutronic dispenser, once the cloud was released by the detonation, would inflict radiation death throughout tens of thousands of kay in all directions.

    The Universe — or Nothing

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